• M. Trizzino, E. Barbieri*, A. Petracovici, S. Wu, S. Welsh, T. Owens, R. Zhang and A. Gardini, 2018. The tumor suppressor ARID1A controls global transcription via pausing of RNA Polymerase II. Cell Reports 23: 3933–3945.
  • M. Trizzino, A. Kapusta, C.D. Brown, 2018. Transposable elements generate regulatory novelty in a tissue specific fashion. BMC Genomics 19: 468.
  • E. Barbieri*, M. Trizzino*, S. A. Welsh, T. Owens, B. Calabretta, M. Carrol, K. Sarma, and A. Gardini, 2018. Targeted enhancer activation by a subunit of the Integrator complex. Molecular Cell 71: 1–14.
  • M. Trizzino*, Y. Park*, M. Holsbach-Beltrame, K. Aracena, K. Mika, M. Caliskan G. H. Perry, V. Lynch and C.D. Brown, 2017. Transposable elements are the primary source of novelty in the primate gene regulation. Genome Research 27(10): 1623–1633.
  • S. Sabatelli, P. Audisio, G. Antonini, E. Solano, A. Martinoli and M. Trizzino 2016. Molecular ecology and phylogenetics of the water beetle genus Ochthebius revealed multiple independent shifts to marine rockpools lifestyle. Zoologica Scripta 45(2): 175-186.
  • M. Trizzino, F. Bisi, L. Maiorano, A. Martinoli, M. Petitta, D.G. Preatoni and P. Audisio 2015. Mapping biodiversity hotspots and conservation priorities for the Euro-Mediterranean headwater ecosystems, as inferred from diversity and distribution of a water beetle lineage. Biodiversity and Conservation 24(1): 149–160.
  • M. Trizzino, M. Jäch, P. Audisio, R. Alonso and I. Ribera, 2013. A molecular phylogeny of the cosmopolitan hyperdiverse genus Hydraena Kugelann (Coleoptera, Hydraenidae). Systematic Entomology 38: 192–208.
  • M. Trizzino, L. F. Valladares , J. Garrido and P. Audisio, 2012. Morphological reply to a DNA call: a new cryptic species of Hydraena from western Europe, with a complete overview of the H. gracilis complex (Coleoptera, Hydraenidae, ”Haenydra“ lineage). Journal of Natural History 46: 1065–1078.
  • M. Trizzino, P. Audisio, G. Antonini, E. Mancini and I. Ribera, 2011. Molecular phylogeny and diversification of the “Haenydra lineage” (Hydraenidae, genus Hydraena), a north-Mediterranean endemic-rich group of rheophilic Coleoptera. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 61: 772–783.
  • M. Trizzino, P. Audisio, G. Antonini, A. De Biase , E. Mancini, 2009. Comparative analysis of sequence and secondary structure of the rRNA internal transcribed spacer 2 (ITS2) in pollen-beetles of the subfamily Meligethinae (Coleoptera, Nitidulidae): potential use of slippage-derived sequences in molecular systematics. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 51: 215-226.




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